Choose the correct alternative to complete the following sentence:
Our generation reunion party was held on 28/4/2007. It was held on ______.
A. April twenty-eighth, of two thousand and seven
B. twenty-eighth of April, two thousand and seven
C. twenty-eight of the April, two thousand and seven
D. the twenty-eighth of April, two thousand and seven
Read the following sentences carefully:
1. Hello, Jenny. This is Marcus, remember me from school?
2. I’m awfully sorry. I’m travelling tonight and…
3. Fine, thanks. Listen I wanted to invite you to a party tomorrow night…
4. Hello, 793 728 356.
5. Which school? Oh, hi Marcus. How are you?
The correct order of sentences to form a dialogue is _________.
A. 1 2 5 4 3
B. 2 1 4 5 3
C. 4 1 5 3 2
D. 4 3 5 2 1
Pierre, Johanna, Patrick, and Rebecca are e-mail friends. They communicate daily because they have many things in common. Look at the table below and choose the correct answer:
A. Patrick likes going to movies, the others don’t.
B. Johanna likes cooking but Rebecca doesn’t.
C. Both Pierre and Johanna are employed.
D. They all like reading and writing books.
ONLY ONE of the words below CANNOT be used to complete the following sentence. Which one?
Mat and his friends are in the final year of the high school. All the students in Mat’s class are very successful. They have never failed at school because they are all very ________.
Read the following sentences and then choose a sentence to complete the dialogue:
Bleron: I didn’t expect to find you home. What are you going to do tonight?
Arta: I don’t know yet. ____________.
Bleron: To tea?
A. One of my neighbours has invited me…
B. One of my neighbours has pleased me…
C. One of my neighbours has welcomed me…
D. One of my neighbours has suggested me…
The sentence ‘We have never been so happy in our lives.’ is in the ______.
A. Present simple tense
B. Present continuous tense
C. Present perfect tense
D. Present perfect continuous tense
In the following dialogue:
Bertha: I went to visit a friend of mine who lives in Leeds.
Maggie: Oh, really? Where is Leeds ___________?
from the following words:
Maggie should say, ‘situated’ because _______.
A. this is the place where they are building the city.
B. this is the place where the city is located geographically.
C. this is the exact place where you find the situation and place.
D. this is where they have found the city and placed it again.
Choose the correct answer to complete the sentence:
Didn’t you know that _________ cannot be bought in the library?
B. the books
C. those books
D. some books
Look at the following nouns. One of them does not exist. Which one?
Choose the best way to join the following sentences:
They greeted a teenage girl like a hero.
She saved a drowning child’s life.
A. They greeted a teenage girl like a hero after she saved a drowning child’s life.
B. They greeted a teenage girl like a hero but she saved a drowning child’s life.
C. They greeted a teenage girl like a hero and she saved a drowning child’s life.
D. They greeted a teenage girl like a hero so she saved a drowning child’s life.
Choose the correct sentence:
A. I don’t although in miracles believe, his recovery seems to defy the medical explanations.
B. Although I don’t believe in miracles, his recovery seems to confront the medical explanations.
C. I don’t believe in miracles although, his recovery to defy seems the medical explanations.
D. I don’t in miracles believe, his recovery although seems to defy the medical explanations.
Look at the words in the box:
offered – a – Kate – graduated – immediately – place – from – she – University – after – was
The correct combination to form a sentence is:
A. Kate a place was offered after she from University immediately graduated.
B. Kate after she immediately graduated was offered a place from University.
C. Kate was offered a place immediately after she graduated from University.
D. Kate after a place was offered from University immediately she graduated.
Which word is different?
Choose the correct word to complete the following sentences:
They decided to put that on ________ last minute.
I didn’t know that his illness was at such an advanced _________.
Which word below does NOT rhyme with the word straight?
In the string of words: water, milk, packet, petrol, money, the word packet is different because ___________.
A. it is a countable noun
B. it consists of six letters
C. it consists of five sounds
D. it is an uncountable nun
Read the paragraph carefully:
Cotton has been grown for over five thousand years in places so far apart as Mexico, China, Egypt, and India. It was a great luxury, more expensive than silk, because so many workers were needed to pick it. However, a huge increase in the number of slaves in the American South resulted in much greater cotton production and a fall of price. This, and new technology of the industrial revolution, made cotton the cheapest fabric in history.
Look at the highlighted part of the text and complete the following sentence:
The author _____________________________.
A. is sure that cotton was grown for five thousand years.
B. is speculating about the origin of growing cotton.
C. is certain about the history of growing cotton.
D. knows when exactly the cotton cultivation began.
When you see this sign, you instantly know that ______.
A. you are always allowed to park your car in the area.
B. it’s OK to park, it is not a strict ‘No Parking’ area.
C. your car will be towed away if you park in the area.
D. your parked car will be transported for free in this area.
Many people in the world celebrate one day in the year as a special day for that particular person. It is not related to the days of the week. It is related to a date in a month and is celebrated every year. On this day, a person may give a party, friends may bring presents, and everybody is happy. This day is known as __________.
B. mother’s day
C. father’s day
D. wedding day
Read the following paragraph:
Eileen works in a bank. She always goes to work by car. She drives for four kilometres to and from work every day. However, this is not all. After work she takes the children from school, which is three kilometres away from her working place. Then, together with them she goes to visit her mother to make sure that she is fine and doesn’t need anything. That is additional five kilometres. On their way back home, they pass by the school and the bank.
The distance Eileen travels to work is shorter from that back home for __________.
A. three kilometres
B. four kilometres
C. five kilometres
D. eight kilometres